The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 28, 1974 · Page 3
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Friday, June 28, 1974
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Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal Ffi.,June28,1974 5 ONLY A PART OF 'OLIVER!' CAST-Tbe above ebon* of performers represents SDout onC"tnird of the tot3} oust nf 7ft i« Tkitim i> *i< t f**"**f*M\o WSfth milrf^ 9 ," t . th ,';. Cominlmit y College theatre. AgSraige fro^6bf'abou! Rn«i» i oS i T j s ., g Mt only from ^S 118 FaUs . b "t Brandon, Elbow Lake Battle Lake, Underwood, Rothsay. Foxhome and Kensington as weil, toofferThelr time and talents to this production. Jim McDonald and Geneva Eschweller arc directors, assisted by Lee Krogh and Mae Fleming, with Marianne Fleming as pianist. Tickets are available at Community College and Roy Olson Music. All seats are reserved. (Journal photo by June Barnum) Special events calendar July Sr. Cit. Meeting, YMCA, 1:30 p.m. Cily Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. AARP Noon Picnic at Phelps Mill 1 1 2 3 Sr. Cit. Film Festival", YMCA, i pm 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY 5-9 'OLrVER'.'CommunityMusical, CC Theatre 8pm with Sunday matinee at 2 8 Sr. Cit. Crafts, YMCA, 10 a.m. 8 Sr. Cit. Meeting, YMCA, 1:30 p.m. 8 4-H Dress Revue, Jr. High aud., 8 p.m. 9 School Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Sr. Cit. Film Festival, YMCS, 1 p.m. Entry Day, O.T. Co. Fair M-H Night, 7:30 p.m., free grandstand) 10-14 65th Annual OTTER TAIL COUNTY FAIR 13 Sr, Cit. Day at County Fair < King & Queen Coronation at 7:30 p.m.) 10 10 Jottings from the Extension Home Economist West Otter Tail County by Judith Nord Judy Danze/sen marries MR. and MRS. TERRY STROMBERG - Sandra Hanson and Terry Stromberg were recently married at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Vergas, by the Rev. Frank Sass. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pullen. The newlyweds are now at home at Pelican Rapids where both are employed by West Central Turkeys, Inc. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson of Vergas and Mr. and Mrs. Arley Stromberg of Deerwood. The 4-H Dress Revue, open to the public, will be held Monday, July 8 at 8 p.m. in the Junior High auditorium, Fergus Falls. Each of the probable 200 girls taking part will model a garment she has made. Introducing them will be last year's state fair clothing participants. County winners will be recognized. During the day, Monday the 8th, girls come in garments they have made for evaluation construction and dress revue. Garments are entered at County Fair, July 10 for display and the clothing awards. In this, my final column, I say to you readers, a hearty thank you. In preparing it, I often wondered who, if any, were skimming it. Serving as an Extension Home Economist in the county has been a challenging, and a learning experience, and that is why I have stared all these years. No other place was more enticing. Clubs & Societies Barbershop Chorus will meet Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the-Our Lady of Victory School. All men interested in singing are welcome. Personal^ Social Underwood AA and Al-Anon will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at Sverdrup Lutheran Church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Joris Oalluge and family of Garden Grove, Calif., were greeted last Sunday by about 60 friends and relatives who gathered at Roosevelt Park in Fergus Falls to visit with them. Mrs. Dalluge is the former Carol Boese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boese of Pelican Rapids. Births KELLER: Barn to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Keller, 524 W. Cavour, a girl, June 26. Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Zmter of Minneapolis spent the past weekend with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henning of 832 W. Cavour. The Hennings celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last Sunday when over 150 relatives and friends attended. Audrey Clausen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Clausen of 620 N. Broadway, has been selected by the New Mexico State Board of Education to receive a federal grant to participate in a bi-lingual institute to be held in Guanajuato, Mexico, for ten weeks. Upon completion, she will assume her teaching position at Lake Arthur, N.M. Mrs. Henry Welch of Dent has been notified of the birth of her first great-grandson, June 25, in Tacoma, Wash. A Lovelier You LOOK AS SLIM AS YOU ARE By Mary Sue Miller A lively writes: I am slim, but in snapshots of me in a bathing suit. I look pounds overweight. How thin does one have to be to look thin in candid shots? The Answer: The camera adds pounds to the figure and a bathing suit offers nothing in the way of camouflage. But you can lessen the hazards by using the model tips for posing: • When you stand for a picture, pull up tall and then a little taller. Turn your body so that the camera catches a three-quarter view. Keeping your knees together nnd relaxed, point foot nearest camera a little toward it. Clasp your hands behind back ;md pivot your shoulders a bit toward earner;). • Another standing position is a profile view of the body except for the head and shoulders. The shoulders turn as far as possible toward the camera: the head turns to show a smiling face to (lie lens. • Photogenic seated poses in tieach atlire ;irc harder. If you are sealed flat on the ground, sit so that your thighs are parallel to the camera: swing your feet hack toward the hips, hold your back erect: place your hands: a fraction hack of hips. • Seated on a rock or l>onch. turn your hack to the camera, look over your shoulder toward the lens and wave to che birdie He'll respond with a fjood picture Hlf REDUCING ROUTINES Vi.ii i .,r, .llrt until vo-.i lirroni- fc.ilhrr-liplit ami still |jt liip.lir.ny. Uriiu, lion i:i ilit l:i|iliiic i' .uriueil only Ity cxerci-e. For a 'd of .]mVl; .in.l rff.-nin- ones vn.l for my leaflet. HIP REDUCING Hill 1 IM'.S. \\ iilc M.ny Sue Miller in r.ire of tlii* newspaper, eaclo- ii!;: .1 lonp. M.impnl. <clf-.nlJrc"cil envrlnjie an.I len cents in roin. Mary Ann Hedlund and Patti Syverson, both of Fergus Falls, are among members of the University of Minnesota- Duluth's String Chamber Orchestra who will leave July 6 for a three-week tour of Europe. The tour will include concert performances in London, Luxembourg, Germany and Austria, followed by sightseeing in Switzerland and France. Elaine Astrup and Vicki Lyons, both of Fergus Falls, and Darla Hermanson and Ron Zastrow, both of Brandon, are among members of the cast in "Love Rides the Rails, Or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?" —a melodrama to be presented by the Young People's Theatre at Moorhead State College July 3 at 2:30 p.m. and July 4 at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. MEN IN SERVICE GEORGE R. ROELKE III, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Roeike Jr., 1125 N. Burlington, is attending the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Rickenbacker AFB, Ohio. Cadet Roeike is a student at North Dakota State University. He is a 1967 graduate of Fergus Falls High School. Our work is with people, and their enthusiasm is what sparks all that is done. Thinking it over, some of the most rewarding and exciting apsects have been: —the friendliness in all situations —the enthusiasm of youth and their novel ideas which really work —the relaxed learning experiences, on the street, by telephone, in the office, or at meetings —the resources, by individuals, groups, businesses, and orgainzation made available —the responsibilities undertaken .by leaders, councilors, individuals and groups -seeing the development of skills by 4-H'ers and homemakers —following through the development of a shy young homemaker who becomes a leader-teacher, or a 4-H'er who progresses through all the years of membership to his or her career. I will miss it all to be sure, but 1 have 'many fond memories Thanks to you all for your cooperation, leadership, willingness and sincerity and for well wishes shown in a variety of ways. So long, it's been good to know you. B/or/c/unds ce/ebrate anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bjorklund af 1322 S. Sheridan were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary at a celebration at their home June 23. Their daughter Joyce of St. Paul, who is interning in the Midway Hospital School of Medical Lab Technology, planned the event. The many guests included five of Mrs. Bjorklund's brothers and sister and families and Mr. Bjorklund's two brothers and families of Henning. Another brother of Mrs. Bjorklund's, from Seattle, telephoned congratulations. Other guests were from Burnsville, Roseville, Willmar, long Prairie, Henning, Aitken, St. Paul and Fergus Falls. Lillian Hoglund and Reuben Bjorklund were married June 18, 1949 at her home in rural Long Prairie. Attendants were her sister, Mrs. Richard Peterson, and his cousin, David Johnson. Marriage Licenses Steven Michael Carlson, 19, Richville, and Virginia Rae Johnson, 19, Underwood. James Author Waldorf, 19, Wadena, and Mary Lou Primus, 18, Bluffton. Michael Lee Henderson, 19, Hewitt, and Karen Ann Redfield, 18, Deer Creek. NOTICE THE STAVANGER LEAGUERS ANNUAL ICE CREAM SOCIAL HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL JULY14TH. COOKIN FUN PARTY FOR YOUNGSTERS Natasha's Pizza Fruit Drink Ice Cream Cake NATASHA'S PIZZA A recipe our 9-year-old niece can manage. 8-ounce tube oven-ready refrigerated biscuits (10) Salad oil Thick cold tomato sauce Oregano Grated (medium-fine) Cheddar cheese On a floured pastry cloth with a floured stockinet-covered rolling pin, roll each biscuit into a 4-inch round. Line a cookie sheet with foil; spread foil with salad oil. Place biscuits a few inches apart on the foil. Spread a tablespoon of tomato sauce on each round; sprinkle each with V 4 teaspoon oregano and 1 generous tablespoon cheese. Bake in a preheated 450-degree oven until golden-brown — 6 to 8 minutes. Remove with a wide spatula. Serve at once. Marriage vows were exchanged by Judy Joanne Danzeisen and Gary Lee Fosberg the afternoon of June 15 at First Presbyterian Church, Elbow Lake. The Rev. John Quist officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Guy Danzeisen of Elbow Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fosberg of Ashby. Music was provided by Barbara Jandt, organist, who also accompanied soloist Tammy Fjoslien, and Betty Windom and Harriet Foss who sang a duet accompanied by Miss Windom on guitar. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a"white taffeta and lace floor-length gown and matching train with an elbow-length veil which was held by a pearled petal headpiece. She carried pink and purple roses, ivy and baby's breath, and wore a heart- shaped locket, a gift of the groom. Katty Griebel was her personal attendant. Cindy Woltzer was maid of honor, and Mrs. Pat Asleson, -sister of the groom, and Mrs. Bonnie Danzeisen were bridesmaids. They wore lavender polyester crepe gowns, trimmed with lace, and white picture hats trimmed with purple flowers. They carried white baskets of white daisies and purple baby's breath. Lisa Smith was flower girl and Mike Fosberg, brother of the groom, was ring bearer. The groom was attended by- Dan Larson as best man, and Don Danzeisen, brother of the bride, and Gary Asleson as groomsmen. The ushers were Dennis Johnson and Gene Kirk- void. The reception was given by the bride's parents Mowing the ceremony. Assisting were Mrs. DeLaine Olson, Alice Rix, Carolyn Toft, Alan Fosberg Dorothy Bollman, Doris Forsberg, Mrs. Odin Johnson, Isabelle McQuillin, Donna Lake Region Hospital Discharged June 26: Mrs. John Bamberg and girl. Route 2 Deborah Brewer, 1422 S. Cascade • Melvin Clauson, Erhard Gerald Drayna, 1422 Terrace Dr. Mrs. Elise Hansen, Ashby Ernest Hubrig, Hankinson, N.D. Mrs. Duane Kugler, Erhard Paul Wenino, 716 Ml. Faith Photo by Veroon Studios MR. and MRS. GARY LEE FOSBERG Leiferman, Mrs. Dennis Johnson, Darlene Boeder, Sue Rupp, Karen Monk and Circle 3 of the Church. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Fosberg will be at home at 814 First Ave. N., in Fargo where both are employed. Associated Events Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fosberg hosted the groom's dinner June 14. A shower was given May 4 by ladies of First Presbyterian Church. Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish lo express our most hearlfell lhanks to our many friends and relatives who were so kind lo us during the illness ant) death of our dear sister and aunt, Regine Houg. ThanVs for the food brought to the home, the visits, cards and flowers v;hile in the hospital. Our special thanks to Pastors Dale and Kutton for their visils and words of comfort. Thanks :o all for rides to the hospital or help in so many ways. Thanks for expressions of sympathy and memorials and to Ihe Home Mission Circle who served the noon luncheon. God's richest blessings be with you all. Mrs. Francis Mobraten Mr. & Mrs. Otto Houg Mr. & Mrs. Arr.old Houg Nieces and Nephev,s. CARDOFTHANKS Thank you friends, relatives, pastors, lor visils, cards, gifts and flowers I received while hospitalized Special thanks lo Dr. A. Grand* ana fine nursing staff Horace Soliah o"6 8T8 BTCTt t 8 8"C o » 8 8t ; OPEN HOUSE : Mr. and Mrs. ; Ben llnlli will be honored on their ;50(li Wedding Anniversary; ' At an Open House' luncheon Sunday, June 30 for congregation and friends, following 10:30 services at Immanuel I^itheran Church, Friberg. Open House will follow at their home at 406 N. Vine , from 3 to 5. Request no° gifts. STAPLES INK RUBBER BAN&S .TYPEWRITERS- ausmess MACHINES CORD EM5E8S Serving you For 60 Years Call 736-5433 or Slop In! FERGUS KveninR7:20&9:35 AdultsSl.50 Inc. Tax TONIGHT AND SATURDAY ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE "BEST ACTOR' FERGUS DRIVE-IN JS5S* TONIGHT AND SATURDAY JOSEPH BflFNNfft ASSOCIATES. IMC. pr*M*H — Plus —\ Tcf -»fASTMA HCOLOK YOU WILL NEVER SEE THIS OH .. 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